When you’re injured, disabled, or wronged, Atticus gets you all the aid you’re entitled to — from government, insurance, and courts.
Atticus is a Public Benefit Corporation and certified B-Corp. Our mission to improve the legal system for ordinary people drives everything we do.
Atticus is licensed as a law firm. Our lawyers have years of training and experience, and are obligated to act in our clients’ best interest.
Atticus was built by Harvard- and Stanford-trained lawyers to resolve your case and get you the help you need. And we’ll never send you a bill.
With a few questions, our online assistant can diagnose your case and recommend clear next steps. It takes 3 minutes or less.
Our on-staff lawyers and intake specialists have helped thousands of people in your shoes. They’re available every day — for free — to answer your questions and offer advice.
Most people need professional help to get benefits, but not all “advocates” are created equal. We’ve vetted hundreds to build a national network of top lawyers ready to help.
Qualify for money and Medicare when you’re too sick to work.
Get compensation and care after a serious accident.
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